UK decision to invoke Article 50 of the TEU: More information
For the time being, the United Kingdom remains a full member of the EU and rights and obligations continue to fully apply in and to the UK:
If you want to work in another EU country and your profession is regulated there, you may need to get your professional qualifications (training and professional experience) officially recognised before you start practising in your host country.
Find out more about:
- Regulated professions: what they are, and the differences between EU countries.
- Recognition of professional qualifications: what you need to do to gain access to a regulated profession abroad
- Professional bodies and language requirements: some more things you may need to do before you start working
- The European Professional Card: an electronic procedure you can use to have your professional qualifications recognised in another EU country
This section is about getting your professional qualifications recognised so you can work abroad. It doesn't apply if you want to study abroad. Find out about recognition of academic diplomas.